In 1944, a company of German soldiers on the Russian front are numbed by the horrors and hardships of war when Private Ernst Graeber's long awaited furlough comes through. Back home in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Time to Love and a Time to Die
A German soldier (John Gavin) home on leave falls in love with a girl (Lilo Pulver), then returns to World War II.
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Kris D (nl) wrote: Made me want to take up improv again, really nice movie with a heart
Gavin S (jp) wrote: Meh. Cameos by Kevin Smith and Seth Rogen are fun, otherwise it's average.
Walter M (nl) wrote: When Julian(Alphonso McAuley) and Anthony(Scott Mechlowicz) open a private detective business in Montenegro of all places, their first case turns out to be trying to find Catalina(Paz Vega) who also just happened to steal Julian's cell phone and Anthony's car and is now having a lot of trouble trying to get out of the country. She is also the last survivor of a massacre wherein she absconded with a hard drive that Carver(Karel Roden) desperately wants back. So, he sends Helen Bingham(Janet McTeer) to get it back for him. "Cat Run" is a fairly entertaining comic thriller with a very high body count and delusions of a sociopolitical statement. As such, there is nothing here that we have not seen many times before, especially in its convoluted plot. Well, there is the terrific Janet McTeer taking the movie and running with it in a change of pace role as far as it will go. That's got to be worth something, right?
Kenneth E (gb) wrote: It was bad, but in a good way. A fun movie for any aspiring film maker.
Michael B (ru) wrote: This movie made me laugh like the best of comedies should. Oh, its a western? I say it is a fine comedy, like watching a high school play at home, it is amazing.
Sasy N (gb) wrote: Vllig verdrehter, aber durchaus spannender und auch zum Teil lustiger Film. Allein schon wegen Thomas Jane sehenswert. *sabber*
Kevin D (br) wrote: The 'Burbs were one of those semi-clean comedies that my mother and father approved of in our VHS library when I was a child. Directed by Joe Dante (of Gremlins fame), and featuring some of the biggest names from the 1980's, it's a movie that still is still hilarious from a somewhat gentler political time.Tom Hanks and Carrie Fisher play the central family unit during a weekend holiday, representing the ideal American family living somewhere in unknown suburbia. Every neighbour plays a wonderful caricature of the typical melting pot that makes the U.S such a weird and wonderful place to live. There is a retired war veteran (Bruce Dern), and his beautiful young wife (Wendy Schaal) ready to play taps and raise the American flag every morning. The young rock and roller (Corey Feldman), left home alone for the weekend with a few chores to do around the house, but will spend the majority of this weekend drinking beer and running amok. And the 'everyman' neighbour Art (Rick Ducommun) who plays the instigating and downright rude best friend to the main character. Each one brings a different persona to this crazy little neighbourhood, and they blend well together.The plot revolves around a family of recluses, the Klopek family, who rumour has it are mentally disturbed, extremely secretive, maybe even homicidal. Every neighbour has a different story to tell about them, and following a night of a massive power outage, the rumours spread quickly. Ray Peterson (Tom Hanks) becomes quickly paranoid and the neighbours become more and more aggressive when it comes to finding out what's going on in the Klopek's house. It doesn't take long before a few of the more suspicious neighbours decide to sneak into their home and finally figure what's going on in their dilapidated home.A comedy from a different generation, where breaking and entering was considered a petty crime. It's a fun romp through an a-typical U.S suburb, and even slightly dark at times. A definite classic in 80's comedy, before Tom Hanks entered the more dramatic era of his career.2.5/5
Ted W (es) wrote: A great old computer and video game movie. I love the idea of computers taking over. Love it and Matthew brocdrick is a great fit.
Brandon W (ca) wrote: In my school, my History teacher showed this movie which I was very excited to watch it after hearing so many good things. After watching Far and Away and Flyboys, Cinderella Man is WAY better than both of them combined. Russell Crowe is amazing, Renee Zellweger is really good in this, and Paul Giamatti is excellent in this that he's actually one of the best parts of the movie. Akiva Goldsman and Cliff Hollingsworth did a fantastic job with the script and kept it investing for 144 minutes. The characters are very memorable, especially James Braddock who you can tell that he is trying to do his hardest to keep the family living. WIth the story taking place during the Great Depression, it really makes the drama very strong and effective which makes you want to root for him and their family's survival. The fight scenes are exciting to watch and I was worried about whether or not he's going to survive. The story is really good, and actually reminded me of Rocky while still being its own thing. It's one of the best boxing movies I have ever seen and the best way I said it about this movie to my teacher which I don't know if it's spoiling it, but I said that Cinderella Man is the Rocky V that Rocky V failed to be.
giselle b (de) wrote: interesante lo q trata la peli!!...es para entender q es lo bueno para la salud no para entretener!